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Shalin Agarwal is an actor best known for his role as Mr. Sodhi in the dramatic film The Obituary of Tunde Johnson.

Biography[]

Little is known about Agarwal' past, including his birthday, where he was born, the names of his parents, and why he wanted to be an actor. What is known is that Agarwal graduated from both Southern Methodist University, British American Drama Academy, and New World School of the Arts. Agarwal got his first on-screen role in 2006, when he was cast as the older brother in the short thriller film The Calling. Davis got his first major role in 2019, when he was cast as Mr. Sodhi in the dramatic film The Obituary of Tunde Johnson. Agarwal has also appeared in TV shows and movies such as For The People, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Rookie, Splitting Up Together, Good Trouble, Bronx Paradise, Homeland, Cupid, The Book Club, Silicon Valley, Jane the Virgin, 30 Rock, and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders.

On Criminal Minds[]

Agarwal portrayed Ram Thanka, a Medical Examiner assisting the IRT in solving a series of murders, in the Season Two (Beyond Borders) episode "Abominable".

Filmography[]

  • The Obituary of Tunde Johnson (2019) - Mr. Sodhi
  • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2019) - Amit
  • Good Trouble (2019) - Plaintiff's ER Doctor
  • For The People (2019) - FBI Agent Sanjay Patel
  • Splitting Up Together (2019) - Doctor Makhija
  • Sidepiece (2018) - Noah
  • The Rookie (2018) - Bartender
  • Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders - "Abominable" (2017) TV episoe - Medical Examiner Ram Thanka
  • Jane the Virgin (2017) - Farouk Yasin
  • Hustle & Cut (2016) - Damien
  • Silicon Valley (2015) - Eshwar
  • Games (2014) - John
  • The Tiffany and Erin Show (2013) - Paul
  • Hemispheres (2012) - Joseph
  • The Book Club - 2 episodes (2012) - Agent B
  • A Dangerous Place (2012) - Unknown Character (uncredited)
  • Bronx Paradise (2010) - Deli Worker
  • Cupid (2009) - Sketch Artist
  • 30 Rock (2009) - Prashant
  • Homeland (2008) - Ghazi
  • Bottom Feeder (2006) - Deli Worker
  • The Calling (2006) - Older brother

External Links[]

For an up-to-date filmography, see here.

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